Clinton Wins Kentucky, Sanders Takes Oregon

The Democratic primary race continues to remain exciting as each candidate won a state after Tuesday’s elections. Clinton won Kentucky by just under 1%, while Bernie won Oregon handily. The victory for Sanders gave more momentum to his campaign and followers, and stregthened his rhetoric targeting the Democratic party and manipulation of the primary process.

After Tuesday, Sanders has 1,494 delegates, while Clinton has 1,768, with 2,293 being the magic number needed to guarantee nomination as teh Democratic candidate.



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